Fun in February with Football and First-class Valentine’s Celebrations
Posted On: 01/29/2018
Two of the biggest holidays in the United States fall in February. Are you prepared?
Super Bowl LII – Sunday, February 4, 5:30 p.m. CT
New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Ok, technically the Super Bowl isn’t a holiday. But it should be. Or more specifically we should get the day off after the Super Bowl. Even if you don’t have a team in the fight this year, it’s a great time to get a group of friends together, find a hopping place to grab some drinks and grub and watch the
commericals big game.
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There’s lots of great places not too far from home to enjoy the festivities. Here are our top three picks to watch Super Bowl LII:
Chicago – Link’s Tap Room, 1559 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Housemade sausages, hand cut fries, 36 American craft beers on tap, 3 cask beers, 5 tap wines, and a large format bottled beer list built for sharing…count us in!
Batavia – River’s Edge Bar & Grill, 12 N. River St.
Get cozy in this neighborhood tavern in the heart of historic downtown Batavia featuring more than 100 local and craft beers, a whiskey collection and locally-sourced menu featuring house-made smoked bacon varieties.
Glen Ellyn – North Side Sports Bar and Grill, 499 Pennsylvania Avenue
With 11 televisions, you’ll be sure to see every play and replay in this old school sports bar featuring a menu of your favorite bar classics.
St. Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 14
Whether you’re celebrating the weekend before, after or on the actual day, it’s time to make reservations for your dinner and book a limo service to Chicago or the surrounding area.
Here are a few of our favorite romantic restaurants to celebrate with a beloved.
Chicago – Booth One, 1301 N. State Parkway
The iconic Gold Coast restaurant Pump Room is reborn at Booth One. It draws inspiration its legendary predecessor at the former Ambassador East Hotel. Nostalgic dishes are set alongside more contemporary interpretations including pristine raw preparations and vegetables that are given the same respect as meat and seafood.
Naperville – Meson Sabika, 1025 Aurora Avenue
Enjoy a taste of Spain in this charming restaurant housed in an 1847 mansion that sits on a beautiful four-acre estate near downtown Naperville. The menu boasts a unique mix of cold and hot tapas, sangria, entrees and vintage wine.
Wheaton – Suzette’s Creperie, 211 W. Front St.
Oh la la, what’s more romantic than an award winning French wine bar and bistro for a quiet, leisurely dinner at a cozy table?